Solutions 2 Homework number 3, due Monday Sept 17th. A Brief on Tensor Analysis. For more details, click here and scroll down to Hung over. More details can be found here in an article by J.
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Final Exam, Fall Textbook I recommend but do not require that you purchase Mathematics for Physics: A guided tour for graduate students by myself and Paul Goldbart. Cambridge University Press I do not yet know what the UI bookstore is selling it for. Here is a list of typos and outright errors that readers have found in the printed text.
It covers a fair bit of the material in this course, and will be useful for the complex-variable part of PHYS A set of online lecture notes is still available for download, but, now that the book is published, I am no longer maintaining them, so typos are not being corrected.
This site also contains the biographies of many other mathematicians and mathematical physicists. Wave Phenomena A video of a tidal bore can be found here here. Images and description of the Kelvin ship wake can be found here and here Solitons A nonlinear pulse obeying the KdV equation does not form a shock, but instead decays into solitions.
Here is a movie of this phenomenon.
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